Buckwallow Cycling Centre is a privately owned MTB park near Gravenhurst with 30 kms of high quality trails that are designed for various ability levels. We're staying at the KOA Campground next door. You'll need camping gear and your own food. Gravenhurst and Bracebridge are nearby in case you want to eat there or stay at a motel. We can also arrange to loan you a tent and use our community BBQ. If you're new to camping we can send you a list of what you'll need to bring.
Please register for this event so we can reserve a group campsite. $20 pp per night - CASH ONLY. KOA also has three cabins with electricity that you can rent independently for $87 a night. You'll also need to buy a daily trail pass for a small fee. Rides will be happening throughout the weekend. Bring swimsuits for a potential side trip to High Falls. There is no electricity on the group site.
PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST REGISTER AND PAY BLUE MOUNTAIN USING THE LINK BELOW. YOU SHOULD ALSO REGISTER ON THIS PAGE TO LET THE CLUB KNOW YOU'VE BOOKED A SPOT. LIMIT OF 20.
Designed after the popular cycling adventures in Europe, the Pedal Paddle Adventure is an Ontario Signature Experience. This self guided, 40km road ride combines the ease of loading your bike on the Blue Mountain gondola with the beauty of rolling hills surrounded by Apple Trees. The 1-hour paddle is the perfect rest for your legs as you drift down the Beaver River in your choice of Stand Up Paddle Board, Kayak or Canoe.
For further information on what's included, what you need to bring and how it all works, see their website The Apple Pie Trail | Collingwood, Blue Mountains, Thornbury and more
Headwaters Hospital will be hosting the 3rd annual cycle event through the picturesque hills of Caledon. The event starts at the Inglewood Arena and afterward there is a BBQ at Caledon Hills Cycling. Usually there are about 200 riders and 30 are CCC members.
This fundraising ride for cyclists of all abilities was created to support the $16 million Commitment to Care Campaign for Headwaters Health Care Centre and is dedicated to the memory of community member and avid cyclist, Paula Coats.
Choose a 101.5K or 50K Road Route or a 25K Family Friendly Trail Route. The club will also offer a longer MTB route to its members.
The fundraising goal for this year is $50,000 which will be designated for the the purchase of medical equipment.
More info and sign up here.
Our annual Fall BBQ Ride is on Sunday Oct 24th at the Albion Hills chalet. Please arrive at 9 am for a group picture and the ride will start at 9:30. Lunch starts at noon and is free for all members. Non-members must pay. If you plan on attending, you must register so we can arrange enough food for everyone. This is a rain or shine event.
We're also holding a club election for president. More info to follow.